The Question of the Day has to do with Responsiveness?
How responsive are you to your partner’s needs outside of the bedroom?
According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, the more responsive you are to your partner, the more sexual desire they will feel for you. This is especially important because the all out passionate that just automatically comes with marriage will fade between one and three years.
If you feel you have lost that sexual desire for your spouse or vice versa and need help on how to get it back, please contact me for a free consultation at email@example.com.
Did you know there is a large number of married women are bored with sex.
Men in order to unlock your wife’s passion here are 5 keys that are necessary to unlock your wife’s passion.
Which ones are you willing to explore?
Last week there was an interesting article I read, 15 Things A Wife is Embarrassed to tell my Husband I need.
What struck me was her candor and how hard it was to find the same type of emotions from men.
But we do!
Maybe that’s one of the problems in relationships. We just expect husbands to never have issues. Since we never discuss them openly, our wives often scratch their heads when we run away from them and share our problems with a stranger.
Well I wanted to shed light on some of the issues that husbands might have so they can be discussed.
Click here to read what some of them might be.
Has your husband had any of these issues? How did you go about talking about them.
Have you gotten to the point where you are so frustrated with your wife and your family that you want to lash out?
Here was an article recently published based 5 things you definitely you don’t want to say in frustration.
Read it here.
Do you think the list is valid? What other phrases should be added to the list?
Did you guys hear about the the husband that was so frustrated by his current sex life with his wife that he e-mailed her a detailed spreadsheet to his wife as she was heading to heads to the airport for a 10-day business trip?
As one of my friends said, “It was funny, sad, hurtful and courageous all at the same time and all in one document.
Well here was my response to that article, on how I would help him.
Did I give him the right advice. Click Here, if you would like to read and share it.
If you have been married a few years, you get into a routine. It establishes a sense of normalcy, but oftentimes sex isn’t always a part of the routine.
According to some polls out there, here are some feedback on how much sex isn’t included in daily life of our married couples.
- Married couples say they have sex an average of 68.5 times a year. That’s slightly more than once a week. — Newsweek
- Married people have 6.9 more sexual encounters per year than people who have never been married. — Newsweek
- 15 to 20 percent of couples have sex no more than 10 times a year, which experts define as a sexless marriage. — Newsweek
- 20 to 30 percent of men and 30 to 50 percent of women say they have little or no sex drive. — USA Today
- 25 percent of all Americans (a third of women and a fifth of men) suffer from a condition known as hypoactive sexual desire (HSD), which is defined as a persistent or recurring deficiency or absence of sexual fantasies or thoughts, or a lack of interest in sex or being sexual. —Psychology Today
In reality, when we are dating, we aren’t having sex all the time with our partners. It just seems like it because our energy is channelled into the chunk of time we spend together, the weekend. Also if the sex, becomes infrequent for either partner, they move onto someone else and the process begins all over again.
If you look up intercourse in Webster’s Dictionary you find these definitions’ (1) connection or dealings between persons or groups, (2) exchange especially of thoughts or feelings (3) physical sexual contact between individuals that involves genitalia of at least one person.”
So Strivers, if healthy sex is about connection, why can’t we follow a simple definition?